Let's say I want to copy a directory A to B, I should execute this command
cp -r A B but for some reason I forgot to give it the
-r flag. Comming from Linux I usually do
!! -r but this is not a valid option in Mac.
~/tmp ❯ echo $SHELL /bin/zsh ~/tmp ❯ cp A B cp: A is a directory (not copied). ~/tmp ❯ !! -r ~/tmp ❯ cp A B -r usage: cp [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-fi | -n] [-apvXc] source_file target_file cp [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-fi | -n] [-apvXc] source_file ... target_directory
Is this the difference between BSD and GNU? Is it possible to give options at the end of the command on Mac? I'm using Zsh in both Linux and MacOS